Anna Moot-Levin is a documentary filmmaker in New York City. She has directed four short documentaries, A Breath of Life (2007), Still in Motion (2011), Well-Fed (2011) and Track by Track (2012) and co-directed and co-produced the short documentary Tears of Men (2011). Her work has been screened at numerous festivals including the AFI/Discovery Channel Silverdocs Film Festival, the Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, the Cleveland International Film Festival, the Durango Independent Film Festival, and the Sebastopol Documentary Film Festival. She was awarded an Enersen Foundation Production Grant for her MFA thesis project, Track by Track, a short documentary following a young sketch artist with autism through his journey to adulthood. She is also the recipient of the Louise Hart Van Loon (2010-2011) and C. Diane Christensen (2011-2012) fellowships and is an associate producer of the Academy Award-winning documentary Inside Job (2010). Anna Moot-Levin has an MFA in Documentary Film and Video from Stanford University and received her BA in film and sociology from Vassar College.